So here's my little contribution to the LSX thread. We all know void is a great skin, visually pleasing and feature packed.
No argument there.
But the same thing that makes it visually pleasing is what makes it, shall we say, hard to read in daylight conditions on anything less than a high dollar "transflective" screen. Shades of grey, translucent grey overlays, and less than the highest contrasting colors (the skin is pretty close to one big collection of shades of grey). There's just not enough lumens getting out of the LCD and the CR of the colors isn't enough for high light conditions.
If you read back, I was making a skin in pposite colors, but it's just too difficult given the current images. And as LS has stated before, it looks "washed out".
So I took a different tack. And here it is:
First, copy your LSX folder in the skin directory, then paste it in the same location. Call it "LSX 3.0 Day" or whatever you wish.
Next, paste the files below into the folder. It should ask you to overwrite the existing files. Save the image to your new skin folder and call it MENU EMPTY. png. Save the next image to the dsame file and call it MENU_OFF. png. You will need to change the MENU.TXT file to MENU.SKIN or it won't work!
Then, select a background that is white. You can either make just a white image in PS, or a picture that uses mostly white (or any other shade of white, it just should be bright).
Lastly, define this new skin as you day skin in RRconfig.
You're done! Check it out and see what you think. It's not perfect, but the colors are tweaked enough to give the best contrast available (black and white).
This was just a quick job, I'll repost as I refine the image.
Rapid share downloads for the png's: